Teachers from all over the country, representing every type of school, have helped us build Dare to Lead #daringclassrooms. Below are Learning Lab videos of educators asking their toughest questions about applying this work in classrooms, and sharing their wisdom about what works and what doesn’t.
4 min watch How do we teach and model trust building with students? (The Marble Jar)
7 Min watch How do we as adults live out our values so that our kids can follow that path, too?
4 min watch What happens when you have too many values?
5 min watch How do you avoid playing the blame game when something goes wrong?
8 min watch Why does getting clear about values really matter?
12 min watch How do we create a space that encourages others to contribute?
5 min watch How do we deal with a “gotcha” culture?
8 min watch How do you tell when you’re hooked by emotion?
10 min watch How do we practice setting boundaries so we stay out of resentment?
10 min watch Why be vulnerable when armor feels safer?
4 min watch What does vulnerability look like?
8 min watch How do you implement this work into your school?
6 min watch How do we model failure as a learning experience?
11 min watch What stories do parents tell themselves when their kids are struggling?
13 min watch What happens when we get blindsided by the stories we make up?
8 min watch How do we avoid the pressure to please?
11 min watch How do you become open to this work when instinctually you want to shut it down?
5 min watch How do teachers manage oversharing?
10 min watch How do you implement boundaries with people who are not doing this work?
7 min watch How do you handle negative feedback as a leader in a new role?
10 min watch How do you follow through with the consequences you’ve put in place, while still addressing the underlying problem?
9 min watch What happens when empathy gets hard?
6 min watch Why do we sometimes feel shame for being recognized for our achievements?
12 min watch How do we help parents understand failing as part of the learning process?
5 min watch Does the word “disappointed” shame students?